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Album: Thank You (2004)
Charted: 9
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  • Come on, come on
    Woo, huh, oh-oh, we got the fire, oh, oh
    Oh-oh, you're gonna rock to this (uh-huh)
    You're gonna drop to this (come on, come on)

    10 o'clock, weekend
    'Bout to head out to the garden of Eden (uh-huh)
    Go my shelltoes and my cap on
    Before I hit the door I got to get my cellphone

    Bout to call my boys and see what's up? (uh-huh)
    Are you rollin with this chick or what? (what?)
    Meet me at the spot
    I'll be the one round the back in the crop top

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to (uh)
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to (rock this)
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in (oh, oh)
    The speakers is rumbling (uh-huh)

    Turn it up, bump the bass (woo)
    'Cause we bout to tear the roof off this place
    Shake ya ass, (yeah) check ya glass
    Put your hands up, let the track blast

    Yo, this beat is so ridiculous (uh-huh)
    I think this dancefloor's about to bust (uh)
    Everybody on the wall
    Better press 'cause it's bout to be last call

    We ain't trying to leave the club
    Now let me show you how to get crunk
    Hit the floor, (hit the floor) lock the door (lock the door)
    It's time I go

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    If you came to dance, clap your hands
    Ladies grab your man and
    Feel the bass, go uh-uh
    All in your face go uh-uh

    If you came to dance, clap your hands
    Ladies grab your man and
    Feel the bass, go uh-uh
    All in your face go uh-uh

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    DJ, gimme a beat I can rock to
    I want a joint you can drop to
    The ceiling is caving in
    The speakers is rumbling

    Give me a beat I can
    I want a joint you can
    (DJ) give me a beat I can
    I want a joint you can (rock to, ooh-ooh)
    (Rock to, ooh-ooh) Writer/s: Alex Cantrall, Carsten Schack, Kenneth Karlin, Olivia Longott, Phillip Anthony White
    Publisher: Broma 16, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Unison Rights S.L., Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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